Keith w boone has been involved in the development of health level 7 standards including the hl7 clinical document architecture since 2004 he co chaired the hl7 structured documents working group from 2007 to 2010 which is the home of cda in health level 7 international. I think the main issue in covering cda in book format is that the world of cda is continually evolving today the primary implementation guide derived from cda and required for meaningful use 2014 edition is consolidated cda c cda which is not explicitly addressed in this book cda r3 is also on the horizon some references to it in the book. The cda tm book authors boone keith w the clinical document architecture cda is a common container for assembly of structured and unstructured information that does not require creating numerous standards for individual document types what has been missing to date is the educational materials to make cda accessible to everyone. The cda book provides clear and easy to use guidance to implement the standard with numerous examples covering many of the nuances of the standard readers can learn not only how to implement healthcare it using the cda standard but to speak in the language of the standard and to understand its idioms. The cda book describes the hl7 clinical document architecture release 20 standard a standard format for clinical documentation it is thus intended for healthcare informaticists and it developers analysts and architects developing healthcare applications working with all types of clinical documents
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